Art Lesson Mondrian Inspired Line Design

Art Lesson Mondrian Inspired Line Design

It can be used by Homeschool, 1st- and 3rd grade students.

Includes: PDF, 6 pages plus cover, credits, & copyright

This math-related art lesson combines art and informational text. After discussing the art of Piet Mondrian’s geometry rich artwork, students create a design with only a handful of lines.

The lesson is easy to draw, so it’s suitable for all levels of students. Math connections can be made to the lesson, such as area, perimeter or fraction. Students can also identify the patterns used to make their designs and talk about them.

Four lessons are included in the Mondrian Inspired Line Design bundle. Get started with art

These lessons include the following:

A list of skills and concepts in art

Here is a listing of the materials required

Targeted art and associated vocabulary

Instructions for explaining the lesson

These are the directions to use for your art project.

Ideas for expanding or changing the lesson

Art discussion and ideas

Ideas to connect the activity with math

Suggestion for writing extensions

Other items: Informational text reading and response printables

• About Piet Mondrian – informational text artist biography

• Thinking About Piet Mondrian – a “draw and write” response worksheet

This art lesson is intended to help artists understand art and teach them how to appreciate it.

The National Core Visual Arts Standards that are supported by the Lesson can be found at the beginning.

The listed grade levels can only be used as a guideline. Any of the lessons may be modified or simplified to suit any grade.

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A retired teacher in elementary school, I’m also an artist, writer, and former teacher of art. I have a Multiple Subjects credential, a Single Subject credential for Art and English, LDS/ESL certification, a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education with a Mathematics focus, and Montessori certification. All elementary grades were covered, as well as special students such as ELL, GATE and at-risk. Share2Learn and Creating Art With Kids lessons and resources were created to promote creativity and choice among students and encourage them to create authentic art. Developmental appropriateness and differentiation options are all considered. Teachers’ individuality is also taken into consideration. Therefore, instructions and expectations are vague, student pages are left blank, clipart is limited, and teacher individuality is not considered.


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